Harvard Examples - Reference

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Whole work


Who. When. What. Where.


Greer, Ingrid. 2015. The native flowers of Fiji. Sydney: Federation press.

Myer. 2017. Annual report. http://investor.myer.com.au/resource/Myer_Annual_Report_20.

Section in a work


Who. When. "What." in What. Where in the work. Where.


de Janasz, Suzanne C. and Monica L. Forret. 2008. "Learning the art of networking: A critical skill for enhancing social capital and career success." Journal of Management Education 32 (5): 629-650. https://doi.org/10.1177/1052562907307637.

Khan, Zaid. 2010. "Simulation as vocational training." In Handbook of research on discrete event simulation environments, edited by Evon M. Abu-Taieh and Asim El-Sheikh, 339-344. Hershey: Information Science Reference. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-60566-774-4/c-5.


Unpacking the elements of information

Who is responsible for creating the work?

Personal author name, Organisation name, Company name, Name of a government departments, Name of the creating artist

When was the work created?

Year, Date of revision, Date of posting

What is the work called?

Title, Article and Journal title, Chapter and book title, Webpage title, Document title

Where can the work be found?

Where it was published, Journal volume, issues, and pages, DOI, URL of report or article.


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